Not a billionaire sheik’s palace or a Sultan’s garage, but these $50 million worth of hypercars were spotted sitting at Los Angeles airport. Covered in protective plastic foil are three Koenigseggs, a Ferrari La Ferrari, a Lamborghini Centenario, and more.

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Spotting an extremely rare hypercar on the streets of Los Angeles should not be very difficult. After all, the city is home to some of the richest people from the showbiz who have all the money in the world to buy such exotic cars. However, imagine stumbling upon not one or two but more than a dozen of some of the most desired automotive creations in the world casually stashed at the airport parking lot. Madness, right? An automotive influencer named Gordon Cheng recently posted a YouTube video that shows around 13 of the most valuable and rare hypercars casually parked at a secluded spot at the Los Angeles International Airport, waiting to be shipped to an unknown destination. Some of the cars can be seen wrapped in some kind of plastic sheet.

Parked behind a fence with barbed wire, right in the front is a McLaren Speedtail in dark blue, which had a starting price of $2.3 million when it was launched 5 years ago. It is joined by a Porsche 918 Spyder and a McLaren Sabre. If you think that’s crazy, wait till you see the rest of the hypercars parked behind the Porsche and two McLarens.

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In addition to a black LaFerrari, the collection also includes a Lamborghini Centenario and a Bugatti Chiron. If that was not all, there are two Koenigsegg Regeras and an Agera RS hiding in the bunch. Furthermore, if you look closely, you’ll be able to spot a Porsche 911 modified by Gunther Werks, a Ford GT, a Pagani Huayra BC, and an Aston Martin One-77.

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According to some estimates, the total value of the collection of these rare hypercars can easily exceed $50 million, with the average price of the cars probably upwards of $3 million each. We have no clue about the ownership of these hypercars and what were they doing at LAX. Nevertheless, we hope all the exotics were safely transported out of the airport. Most of these cars are hyper-limited-edition models that can’t really be replaced if something bad were to happen to them.

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